Today I have the pleasure of bringing you an interview with my friend TC Avey, who just published her first book this week.
I first got to know TC when she was doing a great series on Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s book, The Cost ofDiscipleship at her blog.TC has a gift for taking large amounts of information and distilling it into a nutshell. She does this with both books and political events.
After all, what if you have the perfect opportunity to practice your habit and you have to miss out on it because of some pesky old boundaries?
Let’s face it. We want to keep our options open.
So how do we change? How do we get to the point where we’re willing to say, “Alright, I’m going to set some boundaries here. I may not be able to keep them, but I’m at least going to try.” Continue reading →
Do you ever find yourself putting off a dreaded task for weeks or even months or years? I have been known to procrastinate a ten minute job for ten years. Thankfully, I’m getting a little bit better.
Here are ten tips I’ve been using to help me stop procrastinating. Hope they help you as well!
1. Break your project into smaller tasks.
When I start a new project, I open a new note in Evernote for the project and break it down into small steps with a little box to check each step off to complete it. This helps me right from the beginning to just focus on one step at a time. Continue reading →